This track serves as the nexus of converging interests for researchers in the field who have specific interests in topics not easily reconciled with existing mainstream, SIG-based AMCIS Tracks. We are specifically interested in novel research that may not fit neatly in existing areas of information systems research yet is of particular use to practice. We also welcome methodological plurality, with explicit interests in innovative, provocative, and experimental approaches to both practical and theoretical coverage.

To that end, this track serves as the primary point of contribution and subsequent publication of innovative research on information systems across a wide range of topic areas, particularly those topics not addressed by other tracks. This track showcases unique and leading edge work regarding the state, practice, antecedents, and consequences of management information systems as a field of practice, as an artifact of business and its processes, and as a scholarly field of endeavor. We welcome minitracks within this general track structure, especially those with forward-thinking and unique views of information systems. We can also serve as a nexus for mini-tracks affiliated with emergent AIS Special Interest Groups that have not yet found specific conference affiliations for development and evolution.

Track Chairs
Joseph Taylor , California State University, Sacramento,
Taylor Wells , Brigham Young University,

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Wednesday, August 10th
12:00 AM

A Holistic View of Adaptive Supply Chain in Retailing Industry

Christian Haertel, Otto-von-Guericke University
Abdulrahman Nahhas, Otto-von-Guericke University
Christian Daase, Otto-von-Guericke University
Matthias Volk, Otto-von-Guericke University
Klaus Turowski, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg

12:00 AM

A Semi-automatic Indexing Pipeline for Medical Document Retrieval in Resource-constrained Settings

Stephen Davison, Claremont Graduate University
Dana Avgil, Claremont Graduate University
Yan Li, Claremont Graduate University
Sonia Yang, Claremont Graduate University

12:00 AM

Coastal Resilience Decision Making with Machine Learning

Carol Lee, Northeastern University
YoungHo Yoon, University of Massachusetts Boston
Pratyush Bharati, University of Massachusetts

12:00 AM

Crowdsourcing in Response to Disaster: A Literature Review

Xiao Li, The University of Auckland
Julia Kotlarsky, The University of Auckland
Michael David Myers, University of Auckland

12:00 AM

Digital Project Leadership and Talent Management in the As-Practice Perspective

Stéphane Gagnon, Université du Québec en Outaouais

12:00 AM

How Is IT Identity Claimed and Manifested?

Qin Weng, University of Arkansas
Wendy Wang, Trident University
Amber Grace Young, University of Arkansas

12:00 AM

Improve Your Modeling Skills with the Help of Your Peers – Developing and Introducing a Digital Case Study and Peer Feedback App in an Information Systems Class

Sebastian Hobert, University of Goettingen
Andreas Edler, University of Goettingen
Christine Jokisch, University of Goettingen
Julian Busse, University of Goettingen

12:00 AM

Misinformation: A Survey of State-of-Art and Future Research Opportunities

Wenting Jiang, Auburn University
Ashish Gupta, Auburn University
Gabrielle Taylor, Auburn University
Xiao Qin, Auburn University

12:00 AM

The Potential of Big Data Analytics for Decision Support in Sports – The Case of Soccer

Katja Bley, Department of Computer Science
Martin Holthe Rønningen, Department of Information Systems
Paolo Spagnoletti, University of Agder
Ilias Pappas, University of Agder

12:00 AM

Towards a Reliable & Transparent Approach to Data-Driven Brand Valuation

Matthew Caron, Paderborn University
Christian Bartelheimer, Paderborn University
Oliver Mueller, Paderborn University

12:00 AM

User-Generated Content and Online Product Search - The Case of the Indian Automobile Industry

Madhuri Prabhala, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
Indranil Bose, NEOMA Business School

12:00 AM